Webinar Recap | Deep dive into the code of the PnP Modern Search v4 Project

Thank you for your interest in “Developer’s Lab | Deep dive into the code of the PnP Modern Search v4 Project“. If you were able to join us for the webinar, we sincerely thank you for being there. We hope you had as much fun learning about the PnP Modern Search Project v4 as our speaker Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield) did sharing his knowledge with you. 

Didn’t get a chance to catch our session live? We’ve got you covered.

This Session:

In this session, “Developer’s Lab | Deep dive into the code of the PnP Modern Search v4 Project”, join our President, Co-founder and Microsoft MVP & Regional Director, Eric Overfield as he takes you up to the lab to pull back the curtain and see what’s on the slab of the Pnp Modern Search project.  

Why You Should Attend

Do you need to build a custom search-driven component for your digital workspace while saving thousands of hours of development time? Then this session is for you. If you’re tasked with developing a custom webpart or component that relies on Microsoft Search or SharePoint Search, then PnP Modern Search v4 is your starting point. PnP Modern Search v4 (formerly known as ‘PnP Search Results Web Part’) is an extremely flexible tool, and because it’s open-source, we can make it our own!

Join this developer lab where Microsoft MVP, Regional Director and lead contributor to the SharePoint PnP community, Eric Overfield, lifts the hood of v4, shows you how it’s built, and takes you on a live coding adventure to customizing your own web part using the power of the existing codebase.

In this session:

– Learn how to use and configure PnP Modern Search v4
– Deep dive demo into customizing your own custom search webpart using PnP Modern Search v4
– Live coding demo
– Q&A


While this session is directed toward developers or IT pros looking to leverage the SharePoint PnP Modern Search v4 project, all are encouraged to attend.

Join us on Thursday, 5/27 for the next episode of the PixelMill Webinar Series!

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